Some of the cars in the museum.
Tickets cost US$16 per adult, and kids 5 and under enter for free (yay!). There is a little cafeteria on the mezzanine, which is open to the public (no tickets necessary).
Taken from the mezzanine.
Past the ticketing counter (on the main level) is the gift shop. Upon walking through the gift shop, we were greeted by vintage Ford trucks. The museum is set up such that we walk down ramps for four levels, with cars of all kinds all along the way.
The children were rather bored of cars, until we got to the Family Zone. There is a build zone, where children can build their own wooden cars out of the various available parts. Then, there is an amazing race track where the kids can place the cars they built onto it to race each other. Little Man had so much fun with this.
It was a nice place to visit. Lots of fun for car aficionados and children alike. Do drop by if you happen to be in the area.
Little Man: 4 years 11 months
Little Lady: 2 years 10 months